Last month the folks at Contagious magazine told us about a social networking service for businesses called huddle. After beta-testing the service, they described it as “myspace for people who...

Last month the folks at Contagious magazine told us about a social networking service for businesses called huddle. After beta-testing the service, they described it as “myspace for people who want to get stuff done.”

While that sounds like the hype around  LinkedIn (which we are all on but don’t use), huddle is about working, not networking. As director Andy McLoughlin explains it, “a huddle is like a virtual meeting room where you can share documents, create whiteboards (which are kind of like mini wikis) and plan projects.  Huddle allows you to run several projects (or huddles) concurrently with your dashboard summarising activity across all of them.”

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